Jefferson County Board of Supervisors — Jefferson County Courthouse first floor meeting room, 9 a.m.; meet with county engineer; award contract for rock letting for fiscal year 2014; discuss and consider road maintenance 28E agreement between Jefferson County and Maharishi Vedic City; set date for public hearing for proposed social host ordinance; set date for public hearing on proposed sale of real property, 117 W. Broadway Ave.; consider safety committee policies; consider appointment of Tracy Vance and reappointment of Paul Miller to Area 15 Regional Planning Commission; consider reappointment of Ben Huff and Gloria Countryman to County Compensation Board; consider fiscal year 2014 employee salary; consider Assured Performance Plan with Walker’s Office Supplies for copier; committee reports; public comments; allow claims/approve reports.
Milestones Area Agency on Aging Board of Directors — Milestones central office, 117 N. Cooper, Suite 2, Ottumwa, 10 a.m.: approval of minutes-Merger Committee minutes April 22; old business; new business; Milestones AAA organization meeting - GayIa Harrison; next meeting-set future meeting schedule; adjourn.
Indian Hills Community College Board of Trustees — board room, Main Campus, 4 p.m.: approve minutes; old business; written communication; chief financial officer (approve monthly claims, revenue source discussion); IACCT report with president board of trustees; human resources director (personnel report, recommendation for 2013-14 academic year salary/fringe benefits); new business; college president (planning and building report, IHCC Foundation board, joint meeting of IHCC board of trustees and Great Prairie Area Education Agency Board, health occupations study abroad in Costa Rica – Ashley Albertson coordinator of international affairs); adjournment.
Logan Apartments Board of Directors — Logan Apartments, 5 p.m.: monthly business meeting, review of income and expenses.
Fairfield Park and Recreation Department Board of Directors — Fairfield City Hall, council chambers, 5:15 p.m.: approve minutes; approve claims for May and June; softball reinstatement, RB/WB discussion; wage increases; open discussion; reports (recreation department, aquatic department, park department) director’s report; adjourn.
Batavia City Council — Batavia City Hall, 6:30 p.m. consent agenda (approve minutes, warrant list bills for payment, treasurer’s report, budget report); public forum; appearance (Chris Bennett – permission to close a half block of Mound Street and a half block of Third Street and permission to use electricity at Pavilion, July 27 for Still Ned’s Place Anniversary Party Street Dance); approve Still Ned’s Place liquor license renewal for 2013-14; second reading of ordinance 1-2013 street signs; first reading of ordinance 2-2013 derelict buildings; approve cemetery deed; approve ball field application; maintenance report; city clerk’s report; adjourn.
Fairfield City Council — Fairfield City Hall, council chambers, 7 p.m. consent agenda (approve minutes, approve liquor license for The Burning Oak. B.P.O. Elk Lodge No. 1192, Best Western Fairfield and Fairfield RAGBRAI, approve $272,081); public forum; action item- award sanitary sewer replacement project on Jefferson Avenue from Third Street to midblock between Second Street and Main Street; resolution – set public hearing at 7 p.m. July 22 for drawings, specifications and form of contract for 2013 street re-surfacing project; resolution – electing to exercise jurisdiction for subdivision plat approval outside of city limits of Fairfield – Prairie Lakes Subdivision Phase 2 part of sections 19 and plat 30; resolution – approve/authorize amendment to loan and disbursement agreement by and between city of Fairfield and Iowa Finance Authority and authorize and provide for reissuance of $5.9 million Water Revenue Capital Loan Note, Series 2003 of the city; ordinance – special signage for RAGBRAI; ordinance – rezoning of 809 W. Taylor Ave., from R-2 to R-3, Maplewood Apartments LLC, Planning & Zoning recommendation; mayor’s report – board appointment; city attorney report; committee and board reports; administrator and department reports; adjourn.
Libertyville City Council meeting — community room, Libertyville, 6:30 p.m.: consent agenda (approve minutes, budget report, treasurer’s report, warrant list, bills list for payment); committee reports (fire chief, maintenance); public forum; mayor/council/attorney comments; continued business (update from Jim Warner, fire station building committee report, fees for fire services, update on nuisance property, city business flyer, fire station repair, Stump Park memorial); new business (Ordinance 2-2013-city water rates third reading, drainage project 2013 final payment, water main project, delinquent accounts, city finances); adjourn.